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Peter D’Amato to Speak in October

Following Barry Rice's informal appearance at the August meeting, Peter D'Amato will be perhaps the second LACPS guest this year who has a Wikipedia profile.

DJ to Dazzle Alhambra August 17

Back by popular demand, DJ Frank has graciously made time in his speaking schedule to present findings from his latest expedition into the wilds of the Pacif...

June Huntington Meeting

The June meeting at the Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens is fast approaching. If you haven't signed up to attend at a previous meeting, you may not b...

April 20 Meeting at CSUF

The April LACPS meeting will convene on the 20th at the CSUF Biology Greenhouse complex. Here are the details from Tom: "Ed Read is kindly opening the CSU Fu...

December 15 Potluck

In keeping with tradition, the upcomming meeting on December 15 will feature a holiday potluck. Check the LACPS mailing list to see what others will bring or...